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Catalog of Images

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The aftermath of Hurricane Camille
Mississippi, Biloxi 1969, August 17
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The aftermath of Hurricane Camille
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Benjamin Franklin's experiment with the kite "..when the string was thoroughly wet, abundance of electricity was procured..." In: "The Thunder-storm" by Charles Thomlinson, F.R.S., 1877, p. 30.
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H. M. Frigate Fisgard protected by Harris's lightning conductors .... September 26, 1846. In: "The Thunder-storm" by Charles Thomlinson, F.R.S., 1877, frontispiece
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Lightning striking the Eiffel Tower, June 3, 1902, at 9:20 P.M. This is one of the earliest photographs of lightning in an urban setting In:"Thunder and Lightning", Camille Flammarion, translated by Walter Mostyn Published in 1906
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Lightning striking in a forest in the Pacific Northwest In: "Lightning Storms and Fires....", William G. Morris, 1934 Frontispiece
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Lightning in the vicinity of Hamburg, Germany In: "Uber die Entstehungsweise des Blitzes", B. Walter, 1903 Figure 14
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Lightning and apparatus for photographing lightning In: "Uber die Entstehungsweise des Blitzes", B. Walter, 1903 Figure 5-9
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Lightning storm over Boston
1967?
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Plate 8, page 84 of "Monographie de L'eclair Fulgurant" by E. Mathias. 1930. Library Call Number M/1630 M431m.
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Plate 7, page 82 of "Monographie de L'eclair Fulgurant" by E. Mathias. 1930. Library Call Number M/1630 M431m.
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning striking the Empire State Building. From "A Triumph of Thunderstorm Photography"
New York City, New York Summer 1934
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Lightning near Boulder
Colorado, Boulder 1982
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Lightning near Boulder
Colorado, Boulder 1982
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Lightning near Boulder
Colorado, Boulder 1982
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Lightning near Boulder
Colorado, Boulder 1982
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Enlightenment gentlemen and lady studying lightning in their living room. Such an activity could lead to a shocking revelation. Do not try this in your own home. Frontispiece to "La Nature Dans La Formation Du Tonnerre, Et La Reproduction Des Etres Vivans", Par M. l'Abbe Poncelet. 1766.
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Figure 15. Rapid Flash. In: "Protection from Lightning", by Alexander McAdie. Weather Bureau Circular of Information, published in 1894. Library Call Number TH 9057.M3 1894.
1894?
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Figure 12. Cloud and multiple flash. Figure 13. Destructive Flash. Figure 14 . Multiple Flash. In: "Protection from Lightning", by Alexander McAdie. Weather Bureau Circular of Information, published in 1894. Library Call Number TH 9057.M3 1894.
1894?
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Figure 19. Impulsive Rush and So-called Dark Flashes. Figure 20. Multiple Flash. In: "Protection from Lightning", by Alexander McAdie. Weather Bureau Circular of Information, published in 1894. Library Call Number TH 9057.M3 1894.
1894?
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Cloud to cloud lightning in: "A Treatise on Meteorology" by Elias Loomis, New York, Harper & Brothers, 1880. Figure 67, page 171. Call Number QC 861 .L66 1880.
1880
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"When 'the heavens balance their volt accounts'." A thunderstorm over Lake Balaton. In: "The Realm of the Air" by Charles F. Talman, 1931. Library Call Number M/0030 T151r.
Hungary, Lake Balaton
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This photo was taken when the photographer was about 14. He was hanging out a second floor window in order to get an unobstructed view of the sky. After capturing this image, all he could do was utter WOWOWOW!!!!
Illinois, Monmouth 1984
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia
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Many of Mr. Lear's lightning photographs are taken from the roof of his home. He has an array of six cameras that can be activated simultaneously in order to capture lightning images. These six cameras span the horizon. Mr. Lear is a welder by trade and has taken lightning photographs for many years as a hobby.
Orange, Australia

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